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Molecular Structure. Home Work
Solutions
10.1
Problem 10.3
Use the data in Table 10.2 to calculate the maximum amplitude of vibration for
(a) the HI molecule and
(b) the HF molecule. Which molecule has the weaker bond?
Solution
At maximum displ
Chapter 13
Nuclear Structure. Home Work
Solutions
13.1
Problem 13.10
(a) nd the radius of the
12
6 C
nucleus.
(b) nd the force of repulsion between a proton at the surface of a
remaining ve protons.
12
6 C
nucleus and the
(c) How much work (in M eV ) must
Chapter 12
Superconductivity. Home Work
Solutions
12.1
Problem 12.10
A magnetized cylinder of iron has a magnetic eld B = 0.040 T in its interior. The magnet
is 3.0 cm in diameter and 20 cm long. If the same magnetic eld is to be produced by a
5.0-A curre
Chapter 9
Statistical Physics, Home Work
Solutions
9.1
Problem 9.2
Show that the most probable speed of a gas molecule is
vmp =
2kB T
m
Note that the most probable speed corresponds to the point where the Maxwellian speed
distribution curve, n(v), has a m
Chapter 14
Nuclear Physics Applications. Home
Work Solutions
14.1
Problem 14.9
When the nuclear reaction represented by:
Q = (KY + Kb ) Ka = (Mx + Ma MY Mb )c2
is endothermic, the disintegration energy Q is negative. In order for the reaction to proceed,
Physics 206, Modern Physics II Mid-Term Examination Solution.
1
1. Consider a molecule with a permanent electric dipole moment p placed in an electric
eld E, with p aligned either parallel or anti-parallel to E.
(a) Recall that the energy of a dipole in a
Chapter 11
The Solid State. Home Work
Solutions
11.1
Problem 11.5
Consider a one-dimensional chain of alternating positive and negative ions. Show that the
potential energy of an ion in this hypothetical crystal is
e2
r
where = 2 ln 2 (the Madelung consta